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Ontario details plan for 3 paid sick days after a year of mounting pressure

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After months of urgent calls about the need for paid sick leave by medical professionals, labour advocates, political leaders and even top doctors from some of the province’s hardest-hit regions, the Ontario government has announced a plan to provide three paid sick days through a temporary program ending in September.

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After months of urgent calls about the need for paid sick leave by medical professionals, labour advocates, political leaders and even top doctors from some of the province’s hardest-hit regions, the Ontario government has announced a plan to provide three paid sick days through a temporary program ending in September.


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City manager condemns TDSB’s decision to file $90M lawsuit over York Memorial Collegiate fire

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Toronto’s city manager is condemning the move by the Toronto District School Board to sue the city, fire department, police services board and the Ontario Fire Marshall for $90 million over a fire that destroyed York Memorial Collegiate Institute.

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Toronto’s city manager is condemning the move by the Toronto District School Board to sue the city, fire department, police services board and the Ontario Fire Marshall for $90 million over a fire that destroyed York Memorial Collegiate Institute.


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NACI chair says advice not meant to give AstraZeneca recipients vaccine remorse

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The chair of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization says people who already got the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine should not feel they made a bad choice.

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The chair of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization says people who already got the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine should not feel they made a bad choice.
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Watchdog clears Winnipeg police officers in fatal shooting of man

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Manitoba’s police watchdog says two Winnipeg officers who shot and killed a 36-year-old man while responding to a domestic incident call last spring will not face any charges.

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Manitoba’s police watchdog says two Winnipeg officers who shot and killed a 36-year-old man while responding to a domestic incident call last spring will not face any charges.
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